Monthly Archives: February 2012

Some Famous Large Families

I thought it’d be fun to map out the hometowns of some of the U.S.’s famous large families, as well as my own (the Cordoniers). Here I’ve plotted the homes of the Kardashians, the Gosselins, the Duggars, the Bates, and … Continue reading

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Abortion

Yes, this is a highly controversial topic that is probably best left undiscussed. But I thought I should bring it up in light of my last post that discussed China’s One Child Policy. In continuing my research, I came across … Continue reading

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Child Limits

America is known as being the “land of freedom”, where we’re able to do pretty much whatever we want, as long as it’s not harmful to another human being. So, the thought of putting limits on the number of children … Continue reading

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Wickedness of large families

I recently came across some interesting articles that stress just how burdensome large families are on the environment. This article didn’t just state how large families consume more than small families–No, it states, “THE MOST serious evil of our times … Continue reading

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Serious Blogging is Not for the Faint of Heart

I originially chose to give insight on life in a large family, because I thought, “Hey, I’ve been going through this for the past 21.5 years of my life; I got this.” So, I made a list of some possible … Continue reading

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Many Children = Many Drivers = Many Vehicles

Cars these days seem like a necessary evil. For those of us living in a college town, we certainly don’t need them for everyday use, but at some point we all must return home to our large cities and suburbs, … Continue reading

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Making Small Homes Fit for Large Families

Over one Thanksgiving break a friend of mine went home with me from college. We were only about ten minutes from my hometown when we struck a deer and had to push my car off the road. I called my … Continue reading

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